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't know why they drove her young daughter to washington, d.c., and miriam carey died. >> she had postpartum depreciation with dissoc us. >> reporter: nine months before miriam carey rammed her car into a white house barricade, she told connecticut police, president barack obama had put her home under electronic surveillance and she was communicating with them. her sister, valerie, disagreed. >> to my knowledge, she did not believe that the president or a government official was going to do her harm. >> reporter: miriam carey was not armed when she led police on a high-speed chase, her 1- year-old daughter was in the backseat. police opened fire on miriam carey, because she was user her car as a weapon, valerie carey questions washington, d.c. police protocol. >> there was no gunfire. >> reporter: they are seeking her niece. >> my niece has lost her mother, we want to know why. >> reporter: investigators want to know, too. danielle nottingham. >> now, police searched miriam carey's apartment for 12 hours first using a robot, and then they took several items as possible evidenc
that are happening. >> amy and valerie carey don't know why their sister, miriam carey, drove her young daughter to washington, d.c. amp trip that ended with a wild chase from the white house to the capitol hill, and miriam carey shot dead by police. >> she did suffer from postpartum depression with psychosis. >> reporter: law enforcement sources tell wjz eyewitness news 90 months before miriam carey rammed her car into the white house barricade, she told connecticut police president barack obama had put her home under electronic civilians and that she was communicating with him. her sister, valerie disagreed. >> to my knowledge, she did not believe that the president or any government official was going to do her any harm. >> reporter: miriam carey was not armed when she led police on a high-speed chase. her 1-year-old daughter was in the backseat. police are saying that they opened fire on miriam carey because she was using her car as a weapon. valerie carey a former new york city police officer, questions washington, d.c. protocol. >> there was no need for a gun to be used when there was no
-year-old wol, now identified as miriam carey tried to essentially infiltrate the white house by using her car as a battering ram. the secret service surrounded her with guns drawn but somehow she managed to maneuver around and took off. a high speed chase ensued through the streets of downtown d.c. and that's when police started spraying that infinity with bullets. now, the chase continued for over a while. while all of this is going on, there was a toddler in the backseat, strapped to the back seed of that black sports car. a capitol police officer tried to stop the woman as she gets closer and closer to the capitol gets airlifted to the hospital after his cruiser was badly wrecked. you can see a number of people just hanging out as this unfolded. reason to how two of them describe it. >> i was really shock mood is quite rapid. it was like boom, people, boom, boom. >> about 30 seconds later, at this point, there was about three or four cop cars. it was fantastic. >> a secret service member and member of the capitol police are expected to recover. the little 1 year old girl was not ha
stamford, connecticut named miriam carey. disabledol police car in this incident remained in the middle of constitution avenue. to video showing how this happened. the patrol car was heading up constitution to join the case when the road barriers popped up to stop the suspect and too late for the pursuing officers to see to avoid the barrier. there was a crash and an injured officer seconds after a woman in her car had eluded police for the last time. this was the scene at the capitol this afternoon. police with guns drawn, a woman with a one-year-old baby in the black car refused to stop after police had tried to boxer and. it was a bizarre incident that started minutes earlier when she almost hit police near the white house as she took a deadly path come a chased down pennsylvania avenue to the capitol. another confrontation and then up constitution to her death. by police a second time. she tried to avoid barriers and she was killed. authorities found the one-year- old who they rushed from the car. involves ad this man. >> they were not stopping, they kind of boxed him in. it looked
, it 77thed with police shooting and killing 34-year-old miriam carey. >> what surprise many on capitol hill is what was in the back of her car. we go to john gonzalez with the very latest. john? >> good morning, jummy. that individual joe dramatic, the best way to describe it, and it appears the security measures on capitol hill worked the way they are supposed to work and the capitol police officers, currently not being paid, mind you, they acted swiftly and did not hesitate. this all started around 2:00 in the afternoon when 34-year-old miriam carey of connecticut tried to drive through a layer of security at the white house. secret service guns drawn, quickly swarmed her black infinity but she managed to maneuver around them and somehow got away, and that's when police opened fire. now, the chase ensued down the streets of d.c. while all of this is going on, there is a toddler strapped to the backseat of that black sports car. a capitol police officer trying to stop the woman was airlifted to the hospital after his cruiser was badly wrecked. you can see in the video a number of peop
. that driver miriam carey. licensed in connecticut. her daughter was in the car during the pursuit. this furloughed government worker saw it all. >> heard the initial, what sounded like fire crackers going off. >> miriam carey hit a barricade after 2:00 p.m. she sped off towards the capitol weaving in and out of traffic. police almost had her cornered but then she backed up into a car and sped away. that is when the shots rang out. because of the chase and shooting the entire capitol building was on lock down. tourists were told to go inside. the chase ended when miriam carey ran a curb. she was shot and died. it was after the pursuit police discovered her daughter was in the car the entire time. >> the wild is a year old and in good condition. >> fbi showed up at miriam carey's connecticut apartment after the shooting. family and friends telling police she was a person unlikely to be involved in violence and they didn't know why she would be in washington, d.c. 4-1/2 hours away from home. police did not find weapons in her car. miriam carey's daughter is in protective custody toni
-old baby girl, alive in the backseat. now law enforcement sources say miriam carey didn't come to washington the day before. she didn't come to our city the night before. they say she drove straight from her home in connecticut to the white house yesterday afternoon where this whole thing began. so why did she do what she did? some thoughts on that, coming up at 6:00. live on capitol hill, pat collins, news 4. >> we are also trying to learn more about the background of miriam carey this evening. this mother, who strapped her baby into the car seat and drove down here setting off this chaos. pat lawson muse joins us with details at the live desk. >> there's evidence that her mental condition deteriorated in the past few months. in december, her boyfriend reported to police he feared for their daughter's safety because she was delusional and she believed the president has the city where she lived on lockdown. a source tells nbc news that federal authorities are questioning the boyfriend about what happened yesterday. investigators are testing a letter addressed to the boyfriend t
in washington, d.c. which ended when miriam carey, an unarmed mother from connecticut, was shot to death by police. this dramatic amateur video shows part of the chaos caused by the incident. you see a d.c. police cruiser actually smash into and through a barricade in the chase. and tonight, we now know that carey's 1-year-old daughter who was with her in the car when she was surrounded by armed gunmen and when she was killed, is now staying with a foster family. but just who was miriam carey? what motivated her to lead police on this dramatic chase that ended in her death? we have this covered from every angle. we begin with deb "outfront." >> reporter: something was bothering miriam carey. something it appears having to do with president obama. the source says her boyfriend allegedly told police back in december that carey believed the president was using electronic surveillance to monitor her home and keep her city of stamford, connecticut, in lockdown. on thursday morning 34-year-old dental hygienist packed a bag of clothing, stramd her 13-month-old daughter into the black seat of th
th and e. 34 year year miriam carey hit the security barrier there and struck a secret service officer with had her car. she then sped off leading police on a chase that at one point hit 80 miles an hour. her 1-year-old child in the car with her. take a look at some of this video here that was shot by alhurra-tv. they happened to be in the area when carey was cornered on the west side of the u.s. can capitol. you can see police approaching guns drawn. she was surrounded. carey slammed on the gas and made her escape. she sped away. shots were fired at that location. she got a couple blocks away. more shots fired. ultimately she crashed the car and she died of her wounds. the daughter in the car, we're told her injuries are not serious and she'll be okay. the big question here today is what is the motive in all of this and that's still unclear. reporting live on capitol hill, megan mcgrath, news 4, back to you in the studio. >> the chase started at the white house ending just a few blocks away from the capitol building. police say miriam carey was stopped on the east side of the
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identified as a dental hygienist living in connecticut. >> miriam carey family say shels suffered from severe postpartum depression. karen travers is following the latest on the investigation from capitol hill. >> reporter: for the second time in less than two weeks panic here at the nation's capitol. family members identified miriam carey as the 34-year-old from stamford connecticut that led police on high-speed chase throughout the city before she was shot and killed. it was a dramatic high-speed chase from the white house to the u.s. capitol. it ended when law enforcement officials shot and killed a female suspect. 34-year-old miriam carey, of stoom stamford, connecticut, who had a history of mental illness. the chase began 2:18 p.m. at the southeast corner of the white house compound. the black car rams in to a barricade. >> just took off. >> carey takes off up pennsylvania avenue, taking secret service and capitol police officers on a wild chase for a mile and a half around d.c.'s aiconic monuments. by 2:40 p.m. she stops at the botanical gardens. she is surrounded by police with guns dr
started when the woman identified as miriam carey rammed security barriers at the white house with her car. cbs news learned that cari was fired from her job at a dentist offices last year over a parking spot. >> miriam, good -- sorry. anne-marie, good morning. police are going spend today trying to figure out why miriam came here from stamford, connecticut, tried to break the perimeter at the white house, then came to the capitol before she was shot by the police, shot dead, and leaving two officers injured. investigators wearing hazmat suits searched the stamford, connecticut, home after police were involved in a car chase through washington, d.c. >> police were there to go through that and try to find out what was this. could they learn from her computer or notes or anything else, something that could give them a window as to the motive behind her nature. >> cbs news learned that the driver was 34-year-old miriam carey. police shot and killed her outside the capitol yesterday afternoon but it started at the white house where she struck a barricade with her black infinity sedan. she then
outside the white house and then took police on a chase. her name, miriam carey. she's a dental hygienist from stanford, connecticut. the motive is unknown, but evidence to suggest she may have suffered some sort of traumatic brain injury. according to cbs news, carey fell down some stairs, hit her head, and after that she was never the same. nine months ago she told police she was a prof profit and president obama had her house placed under surveillance. several medications and according to cnn, investigators found drugs used to treat bipolar disorder and depression. police are going moment by moment trying to figure out what went right and what went wrong. we get more on that from bruce leshan. >> former homeland security senior adviser, christopher henn, says the officers performed exceedingly well. carey did not have a gun, but he says she clearly was gunning at the officers with her vehicle. >> justifiable shooting. i hate to put it that way, but they had to protect themselves and others. >> brand-new amateur video shows a capitol police cruiser chasing miriam carey hit by the f
>> federal law enforcement sources tell cbs news that miriam carey had told connecticut police nine months ago that president obama had put her home -- shall i say put her home under electronic surveillance and that she was communicating with the president. she also said she was a prophet and she predicted that the president would put the city of stamford under lockdown. >> delusional statements that president obama was listening to her and communicating and so on. so they're going back over those reports to see if any of that can enlighten them. >> and sources also tell cbs news that carey fell and hit her head last year and afterwards her behavior changed. she was fired from her job and reeling activities and friends suggest the single mom was battling postpartum depression and psychosis. a search of the 34-year-old's home turned up medications for schizophrenia and depression. >> and investigators believe carey drove straight here from her home in stamford on thursday. why she made that four and a half hour trip with her daughter in the car we don't understand. >> there are also
in washington. i'm barbara harrison. >> barbara, we are learning new details about miriam carey's history of mental health problems. law enforcement tells nbc news she was diagnosed with psychosis and post partum depression. she was off her medicine and wasn't aware of where she was. sources also say carey may have thought president obama was stalking her. for more on what police found in her connecticut apartment today, we go to nbcs abbi. >> reporter: police just wrapped up their search in miriam's apartment. they did take out evidence, including a computer. they are hoping somewhere in all of that there are answers as to what led this connecticut mother to go on a dangerous rampage. authorities swarmed the apartment yesterday afternoon after the connecticut plates traced back to the address. the hazmat crews were here and bomb squad was here. the search spanning 16 hours. all residents had to be forced out. the street turning into a crime scene, a lockdown situation. the people who lived here were allowed back on scene this morning, back inside, including some of her neighbors who are
officers had to decide, they had to consider whether miriam carey might have been trying to set off a car bomb. all of these officers are all working for now without pay. lesli. >> interesting landscape given all that happened yesterday, thank you, bruce. so, who is miriam carey and why did she try to breech the barricade? kristin fisher has been following this angle and she joins us live with more. kristen, what have you learned? >> what many of us had already guessed, that miriam carey was dilutional. her exact condition is unknown. her family says she suffered from post pardem depression. its symptoms are similar to what you would see in somebody who suffers from skitsophrania. >> nine months before she led police through this chase, she allegedly made disturbing statements to police in stanford, connecticut. according to cbs news, carey told police that she was a profit and president obama put her and her apartment under electronic surveillance. a search turned up several medications, investigators found medications used to treat bipolar disorder and depression. back in decem
in place. >>> right now the search is on at miriam carey's stamford, connecticut, apartment. the fbi and police are looking for any clues as to what led to the shooting on capitol hill. news 4's molette green is at the live desk now with more. molet molette? >>> eun, that's right. happening today the search for a motive in yesterday's capitol chase sent authorities to miriam carey's condo complex in stamfo stamford, connecticut. the property manager says there was an extensive investigation by multiple agencies. the building was evacuated and the bomb squad and a hazmat team on standby at that building where carey lived. neighbors stunned by it all. >> oh, my god, it's just like crazy. you know, to see all of this. >> a little bit of everything. it's sadness, i think, first and foremost, for her, for her child. >> authorities also spoke with carey's relatives in new york. again, looking for a motive as to what led her on this wild chase. that's the latest from the live desk. back to you. >> molette, thank you. 5:05 now. the investigation into the capitol chaos is just getting started
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autoridades la sacaron del auto...segun fuentes miriam carey padecia de problemas mentales. la policia de washington asegura que las acciones de carrey fueron provocadas. cathy lenier/jefa de la policia de washington "hasta este momento podemos decir que no fue un accidente, esto fue una persecusion muy larga. " el congresita republicano michael mccaul de texas dijo que fuentes del departamento de seguridad interna le indicaron que aparentemente carey no estaba armada, la pregunta que muchos se hacen es cuantas veces le dispararon y si fue necesario? en washington claudia uceda unvision... .. los residentes de maryland siguen encontrando retrasos en el nuevo mercado de seguros de salud por la internet... por lo que los tecnicos esta realizando trabajos temporales de mantenimiento y mejoras en el servicio... la pagina tuvo problemas el martes casi tan pronto como se abrio... aparentemente el sitio en la web no pudo manejar todo el volumen de personas que trataron de crear una cuenta... y como estara el tiempo en nuestra region, nestor bravo nos ofrece un resumen... y como estara el tiempo
as miriam carey, 34 years old from connecticut -- the driver has been identified as miriam carey. that triggered a lockdown on capitol hill. relatives are shocked and hope to find out more about what exactly happened. police gathered evidence overnight in bc and up in connecticut-- in dc. >> when something like this happens, how are members of congress affected? >> greatly, the house and senate floors were both lockdown. that meant congresspeople cannot go anywhere. there was a shelter in place warning inside the capitol
on a high- speed chase that put the capitol on lockdown. 34-year-old miriam carey's mother says she was suffering from post- partum depression. the woman had her one-year-old daughter in the car with her. carey's mother says she was depressed... and had no history of violence. carey was from stamford, connecticut... and her mom says she has no idea why her daughter was in d-c. her chase with police started at a barricade near the white house at about 2:20 yesterday afternoon. the black car is carey's nissan infiniti. you can see it stopped at the barricades near the white house. police thought they had her cornered... but she soon rams into one cruiser, then backs up and takes off down the street. the chase came to an end at constitution street and second avenue just outside the hart senate office building. police shot the woman as she was getting out of her car. officials have been able to answer few questions after a chaotic scene near the u.s. capitol yesterday. andrew spencer reports. (nats) this new video shows some of the chaos during the incident near the capitol...where a pa
, but they had to protect themselves and others. >> reporter: miriam carey did not have a gun but she clearly was gunning at the officers with her vehicle. >> according to cbs news carey told police she was a profit and that president obama had put her and her apartment under electronic surveillance. >>> now we are one hour away from day five of the government shutdown, congressional leaders continuing their war of words up on capitol hill while more than 800,000 federal workers are still out of a job. >> ko im with the war on words from capitol hill. >> this isn't some damn game. >> reporter: an angry john boehner went before cameras again friday to blame democrats for the partial shutdown of the government. >> all we're asking for is to sit down and have a discussion and to bring fairness -- reopen the government and bring fairness to the american people under obamacare. >> reporter: president obama said there will be no discussion until the house passes a bill to fully reopen the government. >> i'm happy to have negotiations with the republicans and speaker boehner on a whole range of is
and stamford, connecticut, police are combing through miriam carey's apartment looking for any clues as to what led to the shooting on capitol hill. molette green has more on that. >>> that's right, aaron. authorities want to know everything they can about miriam carey, so they did, they went to her apartment in stamford, connecticut, to find answers as to why she came to washington with her 1-year-old child and led authorities on this wild chase. the 34-year-old had a good relationship with her mother and her sisters. one of whom is a retired nypd sergeant. neighbors in her apartment complex don't know what to think. >> a little bit of fear, too. it's one of those situations where at the end of the day you really don't know your neighb s neighbors. it's an emotional thing especially when it's at your home. >> now there are many questions about carey's mental health. we're going to have more on that coming up in a bit. that's the latest from the live desk. back to you. >> molette, thank you. >>> this morning one of the officers hurt during the crash is out of the hospital, expected to be fine
by the family of miriam carey over the use of force in thursday's incident in washington. the family is speaking outlet in response to dc police shooting and killing the 34-year-old conneticut woman. miriam carey's family said she didn't deserve to die, and there should have been an alternative solution. >> i don't know why miriam carey ended up going to dc. we don't know at the time if her depression contributed to her going and taking that ride. we don't know what was in her mind at that time. i do feel that law enforcement could have handled the situation differently. how do you note the state of mind of the individual in the car. only after the fact they understood and delved into her life and understood that she was a person that was going through depression at one point with psychosis. how does that give us the answers as to why they did what they did. they felt there was a particular threat. miriam carey was not firing shots, there was no weapons. we are confused, as a family, as to why she's not alive. >> why was my sister shot and killed where her 1-year-old daughter was in the car, and
as the shooter. 34-year-old mother and dental hygienist, from stamford, connecticut, miriam carey. and police searched all night there. they were at her childhood home in brooklyn, talksiing to famil members. >> we're going to learn a lot more about her. >> we have complete coverage of this story from our reporting team. let's start with abc's jim avila on capitol hill right now. jim? >> reporter: the streets are back open. we are back to what passes as normal here in the nation's capitol. a woman driving at high speed, disrupted congress in mid session. a wild, high-speed chase on america's most important street. the pennsylvania avenue power canyon between the white house and capitol hill, lit up by gunfire. it began at 2:12 in the afternoon. the car rammed a barrier on the southeast side of the white house. and secret service watched. one of the uniformed agents bumped into in the process. they give chase up pennsylvania avenue, where they corner to driver at the base of capitol hill, near the botanical gardens. it's around 2:20. guns drawn and a parole car behind. the suspect's car manage
dramatic new details about the suspect, the 34-year-old woman, miriam carey, shot and killed by police. a source says authorities found medications for certain mental disorders in her home. we're also learning from a source that her boyfriend suspected she was delusional. cnn national correspondent deborah feyerick has been working this story for us and is joining us now with the very latest on the investigation. deb, what do we know? >> reporter: well, what we're learning is this. first of all, her family traveled to washington, d.c. earlier this afternoon and did identify miriam carey's body at the medical examiner's office. that was earlier this afternoon. the sister sat down with anderson cooper and says that miriam did experience post-partum depression with psychosis, that she had had a momentary breakdown and she did undergo treatment, both medications but also counseling as well. we want to clarify something. that is when authorities searched her stamford, connecticut home, what they found was discharge papers from a mental health evaluation back in december. on those discharge
chase that led to her shot and killed. the suspect has been identified as 34 miriam carey. inside that car was a 1-year-old girl. luckily, she was unharmed. law enforcement authorities saying carey's boyfriend told police last year he was feared for his daughter's security. he claimed that president obama had stamford under lockdown and her house under electronic surveillance. carey had been allegedly suffering from post-traumatic syndrome. >>> tropical storm karen is gaining strength out in the gulf of mexico. forecasters do expect this to come ashore possibly as a hurricane as soon as this weekend. >> indra petersons is watching this for us. we will have her later in the show but right now, chad myers with an early look at our weather. >> good morning. another problem with karen is where it's going to make landfall has been very wet all summer long. a 60-mile-per-hour storm will knock down trees left and right. there will be major power problems across the southeast for the weekend. severe storms across parts of the midwest. a snow event for the upper midwest into wyoming, nebra
before carey hit the breaking point. >> the family of miriam carey is in a state of disbelief. they knew she had mental issues. they say she was getting better and getting off of her meds. it was a violent, chaotic scene. at least 12 gunshots. now left behind is a damaged speedway, skidmarks. >> it is that. >> and questions about miriam carey. a young mother who led police on a high-speed chase with her one- year-old daughter in the car. experienced postpartum depression with psychosis. no historyhter had of violence and was depressed and hospitalized after she had her baby. i do not understand. it does not make any sense at all. then boyfriend told stamford connecticut police he was afraid for the baby safety. she believed president obama had put the city on shutdown and her home under 70 on. she was -- was under lockdown. >> she had a postpartum psychosis. >> a search of her apartment turned up medication to fight schizophrenia and bipolar disorder and antidepressants. >> everything was ok. there needs to be more services out there to help people so things like this don't happen again.
. the young mother with her baby in her car who triggered 38 minutes of chaos at the capitol. miriam carey shot dead after a high-speed chase with police. her baby girl is all right. tonight we learn more about her mental state. family and friends speaking out. and correspondent pierre thomas is reporting. >> reporter: we now know that miriam carey was the woman behind the wheel, toddler in tow who led police on a high speed chase. this man saw her
house at 15th and 66. 34-year-old miriam carey hit the barrier and struck a secret service officer with her car. she sped off leading police on a chase. her 1-year-old child was in the car with her when all of this was unfolding. at one point carey's car was koerpd by police at garfield circle on the west side of the u.s. capitol. take a look at this video shot by al hurrahtv as this was unfolding. police, guns drawn. carey hit a cruiser and then made her escape. and at that point police fired a number of shots. she sped away ultimately crashed her car in the 100 block of maryland avenue. more shots were fired. carey died of her injuries. we are told, though, her 1-year-old daughter is going to be okay. now the big question is the motive. it was behind all of this? and that is still unclear and certainly part of the investigation. but here is what we do know about miriam carey. she is 34 years old. she's from stamford, connecticut. she's a dental resident
police, speaking out to abc news, defending miriam carey as a troubled soul who didn't deserve to die in a hail of bullets. >> no political agenda. she wasn't a terrorist. >>> and a crazy kayaker teetering on the edge of sane. what was he thinking? ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment of truth ♪ >>> i think we saw ginger's next stunt. >> yeah. >> it wasn't ginger. we have her out in the field this morning. she's covering an extraordinary confluence of weather events. also this morning -- take a look at the cover of "new york post." the headline this morning, there's no whining in baseball. this comes after rodriguez filed a lawsuit against major league baseball for allegedly ruining his reputation, he says, the full story coming up. >>> also this morning -- take a look at this. dramatic dashcam. a man in military fatigue opening fire during a routine traffic spot. his two kids watched the entire confrontation. >> that is crazy. matt gutman will have that story coming up in the us. >>> but first the extreme weather across the country. an extraordinary confluen
-- the sisters of the woman who was killed by capitol police, speaking out to abc news, defending miriam carey as a troubled soul who did not deserve to die in a hail of bullets. >> she didn't have any political agenda, she didn't hate her country or anything like that. she wasn't a terrorist. >>> and a crazy kayaker teetering on the edge of insanity looking for glory. as he shoots down a terrifying and steep mountainside. so, what was he thinking? ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment of truth ♪ ♪ i'm on the edge of glory ♪ and i'm hanging on a moment of truth ♪ >>> i think we found ginger's next stunt. >> yeah. you mean that wasn't ginger? >> no, it wasn't ginger. but we do have her out in the field this morning. she's going to cover an extraordinary confluence of weather events. >>> also this morning -- take a look at the cover of "new york post." they're taking a crack at alex rodriguez. the headline this morning, there's no whining in baseball. this comes after rodriguez filed a lawsuit against major league baseball for allegedly ruining his reputation, he s
trying to learn more about this miriam carey. before her family arrived in the district officers questioned them in their home in brooklyn, new york. police removed several items from her apartment. neighbors were shocked someone in their building had a connection to the case they were hearing about in d.c. >> you don't believe something this huge is sleeping on the other side of the wall from you. >> federal law enforcement sources say she spoke to her mom on the phone and drove straight here from connecticut yesterday. there are a lot of questions about the chase. how did officers let her drive away speeding from the white house to the capitol? also, new questions about the communications breakdown between the separate law enforcement agencies responding. what went wrong? our team coverage continues with news 4s jackie bensen. >> reporter: sources fa mill yar with the investigation say they were shocked. inside the bullet marked black infinity who he has driver attempted to ram the two most important buildings, capitol police officers were startled to find a 1-year-old baby gir
-s capital was on lock-down, investigators are on the hunt for clues about what set off miriam carey. she is the woman shot and killed by police, during a car chase near the u-s capitol yesterday. miriam carey's sister says, she had a number of mental issues. tory dunnan reports. >> reporter: investigators have had scoured her connecticut department try to figure out what the woman had on her mind. residents of this apartment complex were stunned. >> is a sensitive area. and >> reporter: she ran to the white house barricades and led the police on a chase. she was shot when they caught up to her at the capitol and later pronounced dead. >> it was very scary. >> reporter: the politicians and the workers were scrambling for cover. one of the most heavily guarded areas was put on lockdown. >> the police for very quick to surround us. and they said do not move because we could smell the gunpowders of the we knew that it was very close. >> the boyfriend had contacted the police because she was suffering from postpartum depression, and he was worried about the children. she was on anti- depressa
.c. newsroom tonight. pete, good evening. >> reporter: brian, good evening. investigators say miriam carey went down hill after having her baby, suffering postpartum depression, delusions, and she was hospitalized. she believed the federal government had her under surveillance and president obama was communicating with her. after searching miriam carey's condo in connecticut and talking with relatives, investigators said she had been diagnosed with depression and psychosis but had recently stopped taking her medications. they say travel records show she drove directly from there to washington yesterday. the chaotic events began at a security checkpoint on the perimeter of the white house grounds. at 12:12 in the afternoon her car turned into this driveway, hit some temporary fencing and then started backing up, striking a secret service officer causing minor injuries. no shots were fired here. from there, she speeds up pennsylvania avenue toward the capitol going 80 at one point. police thought it was over when she got just below the u.s. capitol when they managed to get her stopped. that's whe
are hoping to learn more about the woman who led the lease on the chase. miriam carey rammed a barrier at the white house. then she sped off to the capitol building. she got away and later crash near a senate office building. she was shot and killed. authorities later learned she had no gun. a former boss said she was a loner. >> she didn't want to have a personal relationship with anybody in the office. she came in, did her job, and left. >> members of congress sheltered in place. they then offer their gratitude to the capital police. the shutdown could affect your health. the very first flu case has been confirmed in maryland. experts fear if there is a flu pandemic, the cdc when not be able to catch it. jennifer franciotti has more. good morning. firstyland has seen its flu case of the season. it seems the cdc the funding is not there to track the information. >> this is the earliest we have seen the first laboratory confirmed influenza case in maryland's during the flu season. >> the cdc has stopped tracking influenza cases. the home page says it all. no one is watching where the f
when 34 year old miriam carey rammed her black nissan infiniti into a cruiser outside the white house. you can see it stopped at the barricades. police thought they had her cornered... but she soon rams into one cruiser, then backs up and takes off down the street. lanier says she doesn't believe there was a terrorist link. crash/siren nats the chase was caught on camera .. just incredible video of a police cruiser as it crashes. two officers were injured ... one had to be airlifted to the hospital. no officers were injured in the shooting that killed the suspect. we are also learning this morning that the officers involved in yesterday's chase were working without pay... because of the government shutdown. carey was from connecticut... and her mother says she has no idea why her daughter was in d-c. police swarmed carey's connecticut home after the incident... shocking neighbors who had no idea what was going on hundreds of miles away.. he said that it's a sensitive area, i have to run in, i have about 5-10 minutes to get all my stuff and get out for the next eight or so hours, white
at the nation's capitol. the suspect is identified as miriam carey. a dental hygienist who lived in stamford, connecticut. police and a hazmat team have been at her apartment complex in stamford since last night. >> a family member in brooklyn, new york, revealing carey suffered from postpartum depression so severe it required hospitalization. our coverage on the shooting begins on capitol hill with abc's jim avila. >> reporter: the unmistakable sound of gun fire as an unarmed woman, sources say had a history of mental illness and a toddler in her backseat eludes police. taking secret service and capitol hill officers on a wild mile and a half ride around d.c. monuments and up america's most important street, pennsylvania avenue. >> i heard gunshots. >> reporter: it started here at 2:12, the southeast corner of the white house compound. the black car rams into barricades that do their job. eyewitnesses say uniformed secret service agents are watching it all. secret service begins the chase up pennsylvania avenue to the foot of capitol hill. by 2:30, she stopped at the botanical gardens. look
't that person step in to help. >>> and the family of miriam carey is talking. she's the woman who was shot and killed in washington, d.c. after the chaotic chase near the white house and capitol building. her sisters are talking to cnn about miriam's mental state and why they want to conduct their own investigation. hello, everyone. welcome to the cnn "newsroom." i'm fredricka whitfield. the house just approved to a bill to give back pay to furloughed federal workers. house republicans are expected to speak shortly, and we expect to hear from democrats later on this hour. this measure is the latest move to ease some of the effects of the government shutdown. athena jones is joining us from capitol hill. what's happening this morning? we heard the president yesterday say this is one of the peace meal deals that he would actually agree to. everything else he wants a full budget. >> exactly, fredricka. and we did expect the house to pass the bill. president said he would sign it. we don't know how soon the senate will vote on it. no votes are scheduled for today. we don't expect to hear much
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